Postgres Package Manager by BigSQLOur Postgres Package Manager is a simple and powerful way to install PostgreSQL and it's family of components from the command line into a self contained and relocatable directory. Take a look at our PGC tutorial to learn more.
Install BigSQL PGCPaste one of the below commands at a terminal/command prompt, from the directory you wish to install
bigsql/pgc. A bigsql subdirectory is created with everything you need to run
At the Linux or OSX Terminal prompt use this command:
python -c "$(curl -fsSL https://s3.amazonaws.com/pgcentral/install.py)"
|Notes:||1.) If your system doesn't have python (2) then use the python3 command instead|
|2.) Linux versions CentOS 7 & and Ubuntu 18.04 are well tested (CentOS 6 won't work with these binaries)|
|3.) On linux, only pg10 & pg11 are available|
|4.) OSX 10.11+ is recommended|
(10-May-19) Windows sandboxes are no longer supported. You can still do upgrades from the command line for binaries installed with the one-click installer.
Run BigSQL PGC Commands
Note that production quality versions of PostgreSQL are presently pg94, pg95, pg96, pg10 & pg11.
To install and run the PostgreSQL version of your choice type:
cd bigsql pgc install pg11 pgc start pg11
Learn more about our pgc command line utility here.